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[movies]Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines by Pankaj Oudhia (Related Videos/Movies/Slide Shows-87) - Pankaj Oudhia
Endless efforts are on to document endless Traditional Knowledge about Tribal Medicines since generations. Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines by Pankaj Oudhia is small contribution to this documentation work. These documents are strictly for academic purposes NOT for self medication. For text part of “Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines by Pankaj Oudhia” please visit https://archive.org/details/EncyclopediaOfTribalMedicinesByPankajOudhia Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines by Pankaj Oudhia...
Keywords: Ethnobotany; Traditional Biological Knowledge; Tribal Medicines; Folk Remedies; Medicinal Plants of India; Raw Drugs; Biodiversity; Healing Flora; Adivasi Medicines; Traditional Knowledge Documentation; Tribal Medicines of Stereophyllaceae; Tribal Medicines of Stilbaceae; Tribal Medicines of Strasburgeriaceae; Tribal Medicines of Strelitziaceae; Tribal Medicines of Stylidiaceae; Tribal Medicines of Styracaceae; Tribal Medicines of Surianaceae; Tribal Medicines of Symplocaceae; Tribal Medicines of Takakiaceae; Tribal Medicines of Passifloraceae; Wonder Drugs; Tribal Medicines of Paulowniaceae; Tribal Medicines of Pedaliaceae; Tribal Medicines of Pelliaceae; Tribal Medicines of Penaeaceae; Tribal Medicines of Pentadiplandraceae; Tribal Medicines of Pentaphragmataceae; Tribal Medicines of Pentaphylacaceae; Tribal Medicines of Herbertaceae; Tribal Medicines of Hernandiaceae; Tribal Medicines of Himantandraceae; Sound Sleep through Herbal Remedies; Tribal Medicines of Hookeriaceae; Tribal Medicines of Huaceae; Tribal Medicines of Humiriaceae; Tribal Medicines of Hydatellaceae; Tribal Medicines of Hydnoraceae; Tribal Medicines of Hydrangeaceae; Paramparik Gyan; Oryza sativa L; Medicinal Rice Formulations; Medicinal Orchids; Wild Healing Mushrooms; Medicinal Insects and Mites; Traditional Knowledge about insects; Entomophagy; Entomotherapy; Forest People; Chhattisgarh Biodiversity; Medicinal Rice; Medicinal Millets; Indigenous Rice; Folk Rice Formulations; Bengal Folk Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations; Odisha Folk Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations; Medicinal Rice popular among the Adivasis of India; Medicinal Plant Database; Famine Food plants; Emergency herbs; Medicinal weeds; Bone diseases; Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines (EOTM); Bastar Folk Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations; Traditional Vaidyas of India; Local indigenous knowledge about medicinal plants; Medicinal Plants used by local Vaidyas; Healthcare system practiced by traditional vaidyas; Traditional Health Care Knowledge of Vaidyas; Traditional Medicinal Practices of India; Local indigenous knowledge about medicinal plants; Eleocharis Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Elephantopus Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Eleusine Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Emilia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Engelhardia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Enkianthus Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Ensete Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Entada Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Eugenia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Eulalia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Eulaliopsis Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Euonymus Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Eupatorium Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Euphorbia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Euphrasia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Eurya Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Euryale Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Eusteralis Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Eutrema Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Evolvulus Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Exacum Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Fagopyrum Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Feronia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Ferula Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Ficus Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Filago Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Fimbristylis Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Firmiana Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Flacourtia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Flemingia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Foeniculum Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Fumaria Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Garcinia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Gardenia Based Traditional Herbal Formulations With Vedic Rice; Tribal Medicines of Seligeriaceae; Tribal Medicines of Sematophyllaceae; Tribal Medicines of Serpotortellaceae; Tribal Medicines of Setchellanthaceae; Tribal Medicines of Simaroubaceae; Tribal Medicines of Simmondsiaceae; Tribal Medicines of Siparunaceae; Tribal Medicines of Sladeniaceae; Tribal Medicines of Smilacaceae; Tribal Medicines of Solanaceae; Tribal Medicines of Sphaerosepalaceae; Tribal Medicines of Sphagnaceae; Tribal Medicines of Sphenocleaceae; Tribal Medicines of Spiridentaceae; Tribal Medicines of Splachnaceae; Tribal Medicines of Splachnobryaceae; Tribal Medicines of Stachyuraceae; Tribal Medicines of Staphyleaceae; Tribal Medicines of Stegnospermataceae; Tribal Medicines of Stemonaceae; Tribal Medicines of Stemonuraceae
[movies]Enough to eat? the nutrition film
This film deals with malnutrition in Britain. It focuses on the relationship between income and nutrition and suggests that government schemes can improve the current situation. It shows that people on low incomes are likely to be consuming insufficient nutrients, for instance, not enough calcium or iron and, as a result, are prone to diseases such as rickets and anaemia. The film draws on the work of Prof...
Keywords: Medicine -- History; Public Health; Nutritional Physiological Phenomena; Nutrition Disorders
[movies]Do you see?
A short film which describes the development of eye care and spectacles. The film describes, with the aid of diagrams, how sight works. A test for colour blindness is performed. An optometrist tests sight and fits glasses. There is a waiting room. The film is about the National Eye Service which was established by the BMA. 1 segment.
Keywords: Optometry; Eye; Public Health
[movies]Sir Herbert Barker's manipulative technique Part 1
This film (part 1 of 2) was made as a result of a demonstration Barker gave of his methods to the British Orthopaedic Association in 1936. After long intertitles explaining the rationale behind the film, Barker commences his manipulation first on the foot (with appropriate explainations) with some sequences repeated close-up. He continues with the knee, then the hip, the low (lower) back. End intertitle Reel Two to follow...
Keywords: Orthopedics; Orthopedic Procedures; Manipulation, Orthopedic
[movies]Work done by the Liverpool invalid children's association [videorecording]
This film shows aspects of the medical care of sick and invalid children at the Association's Child Welfare Centre at Copperas Hill, Liverpool, and in the Leasowe Hospital's Baby Hospital and Crippled Children's Section - happy children who, thanks to the generosity of the patrons, are completely recovering their health . Of considerable interest to social historians of medicine and philanthropy, not least for its very strong endorsement of the therapeutic efficacy of hospital treatment for sick...
Keywords: Medicine -- History; Child, Hospitalized
[movies]One man's story
The life of Dr. G.C. M'Gonigle, medical officer of health for Stockton on Tees (1924-39) is portrayed by dramatic reconstruction set against the streets of Stockton on Tees, with voice-over acting the part of an enquirer who follows Dr. M'Gonigle on his rounds and elicits information from a range of witnesses. Dr. M'Gonigle worked with Sir John Boyd-Orr on the committee to investigate malnutrition in Britain...
Keywords: Medicine -- History; Public Health; National Health Programs; Health Services
[movies]Sir Herbert Barker's manipulative technique Part 2
This film (part 2 of 2) was made as a result of a demonstration Barker gave of his methods to the British Orthopaedic Association in 1936. Reel two commences with manipulations to the wrist, the elbow (treatment for tennis elbow) and as in reel one, some of the sequences are repeated to show the manipulations in greater detail. Next, manipulations to the shoulder, which involves hanging from a beam...
Keywords: Orthopedics; Orthopedic Procedures; Manipulation, Orthopedic
[movies]Tribal Medicines of Chhattisgarh and Odisha for Modern Diseases: Films by Pankaj Oudhia (Part-206 to Part-210) - Pankaj Oudhia
Indian states Chhattisgarh and Odisha are rich in Biodiversity. Pankaj Oudhia is documenting Traditional Medicinal Knowledge about herbs and insects since year 1990. This series is an effort to present Herbal Wealth of these states through movies. There are over 15000 movies in this series.   Related Links Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines by Pankaj Oudhia https://archive.org/details/EncyclopediaOfTribalMedicinesByPankajOudhia Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research and Documentation work on ...
Keywords: Ethnobotany; Traditional Biological Knowledge; Tribal Medicines; Folk Remedies; Medicinal Plants of India; Raw Drugs; Biodiversity; Healing Flora; Adivasi Medicines; Traditional Knowledge Documentation; Cutting and cramping abdominal pains around the navel worse by eating and drinking; Urge to pass stool when urinating; When the rectum has lost all sensation so that the patient has no warning and is never clean; Involuntary stool while urinating; Evacuation painless; Great restlessness anguish and intolerance of pain; Great thirst for small quantities of water at short intervals; Quantity of stool passed is small and the prostration and weakness is out of all proportion to the quantity passed; Diarrhea due to chilling the stomach with cold substances; Diarrhea of malarial origin; Wonder Drugs; Profuse stools; Restlessness; Great thirst for large quantities of water; Great prostration follows the stool; Cold sweat; Coldness and blueness of the body generally; Diarrhea in phthisis; Diarrhea thin bloody or pure blood; Profuse bleeding from piles; Chronic Diarrhea; Paramparik Gyan; Diarrhea on alternate days; Diarrhea On alternate days at a later hour each time; Soft thin stool coming out with one gush or squirt; Every movement causes discharge in Diarrhea; Diarrhea during dentition with irresistible desire to bite gums and teeth; Stools occur immediately the head is washed; Diarrhea during the day better during the night when cough starts; Diarrhea always at the same time; Diarrhea brought on by taking sugar and candy; Nervous Diarrhea from emotions; Medicinal Orchids; Green Diarrhea in children; Diarrhea during pregnancy; Diarrhea with involuntary stools; Gastric affections; Digestion is paralyzed and food passes completely undigested; Stool is passed with flatus; Morning Diarrhea with rumbling in abdomen as if pouring of water from an air tight vessel; Diarrhea when there is aggravation after eating and drinking; Crampy pains before during and after stools; Diarrhea during jaundice; Wild Healing Mushrooms; White chalk-like ashy pasty stools; Stools as often as food is taken must hurry from table after each meal; Must cross legs to prevent stool from escaping; No control over sphincter often soils himself; Diarrhea of undigested food immediately after eating; Has to leave table before finishing meals in case of Diarrhea; Forcibly gushing Diarrhea; Diarrhea; Food passed undigested; Early morning Diarrhea; Medicinal Insects and Mites; Diarrhea due to mental exertion; Diarrhea and dysentery-chronic or acute when everything else fails; Stool of brown fluid mixed with undigested substances and an intolerably fetid odor; Excessively offensive stool smelling the whole house in case of Diarrhea; White stool like soap-suds; Putrid and bloody Diarrhea of children; Diarrhea with cold stools; Hill Diarrhea; When Diarrhea is due to cold; Diarrhea always relived by going to the mountains; Traditional Knowledge about insects; Diarrhea smelling like rotten eggs horribly offensive; Eructation’s tasting like rotten eggs; Diarrhea from taking milk; Diarrhea Due to exposure to cold and evacuations are watery slimy greenish or yellow; When stools are watery and burn the anus which feels on fire; Nausea with burning in the mouth and esophagus; Diarrhea in camp life; Diarrhea in cold wet weather and renewed before thunderstorm; Involuntary stools during sleep; Collapse at the commencement of the Diarrhea; Entomophagy; Summer Diarrhea yellowish gushing and watery as from a hydrant form; Diarrhea chronic following exposure in camp life; Puny and sickly children who get Diarrhea after taking milk or food; Morning Diarrhea ordinarily at the time when the patient begins to think about rising; Diarrhea between midnight and morning; Stools offensive and the odor of the stool follows the patient as if he has soiled himself; Camp Diarrhea due to drinking impure water; Stool horribly offensive; Early morning stool; Stools are painless; Entomotherapy; Obstinate cases of Diarrhea in children; Diarrhea watery thin and comes out without trouble; Patient feels better afterwards; Sphincter becomes weak and there is involuntary escape of faeces; Profuse and long continued Diarrhea does not cause weakness; Diarrhea brought on by taking milk-it accompanies palpitation as well; Diarrhea from drinking coca or eating chocolate; Chronic Diarrhea with swelling of the gland and abdomen which may or may not be tuberculosis; Diarrhea In fright when the image causing the fright constantly appears before the mind in joy; Diarrhea In fright associated with cold sweat; Forest People; When Diarrhea follows great excitement especially when the imagination has been played upon; Green Diarrhea in children when the mother has taken lot of sugar; When the stools are greenish yellow and slimy worse at night (Diarrhea); Diarrhea in opium eaters; Diarrhea and vomiting; Great palpitation with coldness of the body and cramps in the calves; Simultaneous vomiting and purging as in Asiatic cholera; Diarrhea and vomiting with cold sweat all over the body; Peculiar mental state (Diarrhea); The patient wants to die (Diarrhea); Chhattisgarh Biodiversity; Thin watery painless stools rumbling in abdomen much thirst and perspiration of the whole body (Diarrhea); Diarrhea is worse after food especially after taking fruits and at night or early in the morning; Sourness of the stool (Diarrhea); Sour and undigested stools in children especially when the child is passing through dentition period; Spluttering Diarrhea forcibly expelled; Stools before making water; Diarrhea after breakfast; Diarrhea at night with great urgency; Green mucus stools worse in the morning often undigested and painless; Stools contain white particles like rice or tallow; Odisha Biodiversity; The anus remains open after the stools; Children suffering from green stools in summer; Nervous colic; Diarrhea with intense colic better by pressure and aggravation from emotional excitement; Bilious secretions with spasmodic colic pains; The patient can hardly wait till the meal is finished (Diarrhea); Diarrhea is almost simultaneous with eating and drinking; The stools are undigested and mostly nocturnal; Evacuation painless in chronic cases; Diarrhea of old people; Medicinal Millets; The urging is excessive and the stools are expelled at once with considerable force followed by a feeling of general relief; Diarrhea from vegetables fruit pastry cold food and drinks; Olive green stools profuse and gushing; Diarrhea suddenly checked followed by piles and acute rheumatism; Alternate diarrhea and constipation; Diarrhea in Safed Musli eaters; Odisha Folk Rice based Traditional Herbal Formulations; Medicinal Plants popular among the Adivasis of India; Medicinal Plant Database; Famine Food plants; Emergency herbs; Medicinal weeds; Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines (EOTM); Flora of Bastar; Flora of Kanker; Flora of Raipur and Durg; Flora of Dhamtari; Flora of Bilaspur; Flora of Raigarh; Flora of Jashpur; Flora of Surguja; Flora of Rajnandgaon; Flora of Ambikapur; Flora of Korba; Flora of Keshkal; Flora of Sukma; Flora of Dantewada; Flora of Gandhamardan Hills; Flora of Orissa; Flora of Niyamgiri; Flora of Chhattisgarh; Flora of Odisha; Flora of Narsinghnath; Folk Healers of Chhattisgarh; Folk Healers of Odisha; Traditional Vaidyas of India; Local indigenous knowledge about medicinal plants; Medicinal Plants used by local Vaidyas; Healthcare system practiced by traditional Vaidyas; Traditional Health Care Knowledge of Vaidyas; Traditional Medicinal Practices of India; Stitching pain in chest anxiety restlessness and fever; Sharp shooting pains in the region of the heart with palpitation and restlessness; Ulcerative pains in the region of the heart; When there is flatulence in whole of the abdomen; Flatulence distension almost to bursting Worse from fish fruit and wine; When there is flatulence in the upper part of the abdomen causing oppression of the breathing or sharp pains about the chest; Bowels irregular or loose; When there is flatulence in the lower part of the abdomen worse in the evening between 4 and 8 PM; Everything he eats turns into wind; Little things annoy and distress; After a mere mouthful he becomes flatulent and distended; Discharge of flatus from the vagina; When the wind is located round the navel which is difficult to pass and is painful; Flatulent distension causing frequent sighing and belching; Flatulent dyspepsia where everything turns into wind; Flatulence which is relieved by eructation’s; Flatus offensive burning copious; much flatus with small stool; Rumbling and cramp in abdomen before and during stool; Rumbling in abdomen is so great that it can be heard by anyone in the room; It seems as if the abdomen would burst on account of flatulence; Escape of gas from the vagina; Escape of gas when urinating; The urine flows with a loud noise; Passing of stool with flatus; Abdomen distended with flatus; Hernia of right side; Strangulated hernia; Distension of abdomen with rumbling of gas; Hernia of left side; Inguinal hernia in children; Hernia strangulated; Strangulated hernia whether femora inguinal or umbilica; Hernia of the bladder; Systocele; Inflammation and swelling of inguinal glands; Painful to touch; Painful inguinal hernia; Inguinal hernia; Cutting in right inguinal region; When the patient is unable to control and has to run to the lavatory; The stool flows like water from a hydrant
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[movies]Folk Rice Formulations for Cocculus Root Toxicity: Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database - Pankaj Oudhia
Medicinal Rice Formulations of India popular among Senior Oryza Experts.  Tertiary/Septenary/Octonary/Nonary/Denary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database Medicinal Rice of India with reference to Healing Flora of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and...
Keywords: Cocculus Root Toxicity; Biodiversity Driven Drug Discovery; Oryza Research by Pankaj Oudhia; Vedic Rice Science in Asia; Saving Deep Water Indigenous Medicinal Rice; Rice landrace diversity in Chhattisgarh; Validated Herbal Ingredients of Entomophagy and Entomotherapy Formulations; Saving Chhattisgarh Rice; Folk Food Conservation; Conservation of Traditional Rice Landraces; छत्तीसगढ़ में धान; बस्तर के आदिवासियों की दुर्लभ औषधीय वनस्पतियाँ; सदाब के साथ प्रयोग की जाने वाली अमरकंटक की जड़ी-बूटियाँ; Medicinal Trees of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand; सगोवनी के साथ प्रयोग की जाने वाली बस्तर की जड़ी-बूटियाँ; Medicinal Plants of Narsinghnath; Cyclotides in Ancient Tribal Medicines; Key Ingredients of Vishalya Karani (Visalyakarani) based Herbal Formulations; भारत का पारम्परिक आदिवासी ज्ञान; Bastar Folk Rice; Organic Medicinal Agriculture; Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines; Medicinal Plants of Chhattisgarh. Local indigenous knowledge about medicinal plants; Folk medicines of Chhattisgarh and Odisha; Folk Healers of Chhattisgarh; Folk Healers of Odisha; Traditional Vaidyas of India; Medicinal Plants used by local Vaidyas; Healthcare system practiced by traditional vaidyas; Traditional Health Care Knowledge of Vaidyas; Traditional Medicinal Practices of India; Oryza sativa L; Rice in Ayurvedic Medicines and Formulations; Medicinal Black Oryza Formulations in Eastern India; Indigenous Rice; Tribal Medicines for Hepatic cirrhosis; Key Ingredients of Wild Rice Formulations; Tribal Medicines for glucose metabolic disorder; Integration of Indigenous Traditional Remedies in primary health care; Vanishing Traditional Medicinal Rice; New Oryza Research; Medicinal Rice Biotechnology; Oryza and Healing Millets in Ayurvedic Home Remedies; Organic Farming of Red Rice; Wild Tribal Food plants of Rajasthan; Wild Curcuma in Rice Formulations; Traditional Knowledge Documentation; Forgotten Indigenous Medicines and Medicinal Plant Research; Wound Healing Medicinal Plants in Ancient Rice Formulations; Threatened plants in Medicinal Rice Formulations; Medicinal Rice Germplasm; Chhattisgarh Rice Agriculture for Nutrition and Health; Medicinal Red Rice of Chhattisgarh; Wild and weedy Oryza in Tribal Food Systems; Folk Rice Landraces and Forest Tribes of Maharashtra; Desi Stevia with Medicinal Rice; Antibacterial and antiviral activities of Indigenous Rice Formulations; Agricultural Biodiversity; Forgotten Medicinal Plants from Community Gene Bank; Seeds for future; Forgotten Medicinal Rice used by Primitive Tribes; Medicinal Rice Farming for Rural Development; Ethnic uses of Traditional Lowland Rice; Rice Allelopathy; Medicinal Orchids in Red Rice Formulations; Climate Change Impact on Ancient Medicinal Rice based Therapies; Rice Fortification through Traditional Agricultural Knowledge; Forgotten Traditional Rice and Endangered Tribes; Medicinal Plants and raw drugs of India; Asian Rice Germplasm for Chronic Diseases; Medicinal Rice in Traditional Food System; Medicinal Rice Knowledge bank; Indigenous Herbal Drugs for General Health care; Ethnomedicinal Exploration of Oryza; Wild Rice Database; Medicinal Rice in Indigenous Peoples' food systems; Medicinal Black Rice of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand; Black Rice as Tribal Traditional Food; Traditional Indian Tribal food; Food Taboos and Folk Medicines; Wild rice in Tribal Agriculture; Allelopathically enriched Oryza for Health; Medicinal non-timber forest products of Gandhamardan Hills; Rice of the gods and goddesses; Conserving Rice Genetic Resources; Traditional Folk Food in Rural India; Asian Medicinal Plants for Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders; Tribal Knowledge on Indian Food Plants; Medicinal Rice of Karnataka and Chhattisgarh series; Recent Medicinal Plant Research; Innovative medicinal rice based food products; Odisha Folk Rice for Spasmodic dysphonia; Invasive Alien Species in Medicinal Rice Formulations; Ancient Nanotechnology based Oryza Formulations; Vedic indigenous wild food plants; Neglected and Underutilized Species as Tribal Remedies; Famine Food Plants as Antidiabetic Agents; Mosquito Repellent Plants; Culinary uses of non-cultivated Oryza; Reis in Traditional Cuisine; Medicinal Rijst and Nutritional anthropology; Hrísgrjón; Medicinal Pис in Tribal Aboriginal Diets; Rýže; ρύζι; Pirinç; Ryžis; Arròs as Traditional Aboriginal Medicine; пиринач; ข้าว; Cây lúa; 水稻; イネ; Antipyretic properties of native wild wood Mushrooms; Integration of Oryza based Traditional Herbal Medicines; Oryza with Adivasi Medicines; Medicinal Rice popular among Adivasis of India; पंकज अवधिया के शोध कार्य; Medicinal weed flora of Mainpat
[movies]Folk Rice Formulations for Carthamus Root Toxicity: Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database - Pankaj Oudhia
Medicinal Rice Formulations of India popular among Senior Oryza Experts.  Tertiary/Septenary/Octonary/Nonary/Denary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database Medicinal Rice of India with reference to Healing Flora of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and...
Keywords: Carthamus Root Toxicity; Biodiversity Driven Drug Discovery; Oryza Research by Pankaj Oudhia; Vedic Rice Science in Asia; Saving Deep Water Indigenous Medicinal Rice; Rice landrace diversity in Chhattisgarh; Validated Herbal Ingredients of Entomophagy and Entomotherapy Formulations; Saving Chhattisgarh Rice; Folk Food Conservation; Conservation of Traditional Rice Landraces; छत्तीसगढ़ में धान; बस्तर के आदिवासियों की दुर्लभ औषधीय वनस्पतियाँ; शतमूली के साथ प्रयोग की जाने वाली अमरकंटक की जड़ी-बूटियाँ; Medicinal Trees of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand; शैतान का जट के साथ प्रयोग की जाने वाली बस्तर की जड़ी-बूटियाँ; Medicinal Plants of Narsinghnath; Cyclotides in Ancient Tribal Medicines; Key Ingredients of Vishalya Karani (Visalyakarani) based Herbal Formulations; भारत का पारम्परिक आदिवासी ज्ञान; Bastar Folk Rice; Organic Medicinal Agriculture; Encyclopedia of Tribal Medicines; Medicinal Plants of Chhattisgarh. Local indigenous knowledge about medicinal plants; Folk medicines of Chhattisgarh and Odisha; Folk Healers of Chhattisgarh; Folk Healers of Odisha; Traditional Vaidyas of India; Medicinal Plants used by local Vaidyas; Healthcare system practiced by traditional vaidyas; Traditional Health Care Knowledge of Vaidyas; Traditional Medicinal Practices of India; Oryza sativa L; Traditional Aboriginal Medicines and Remedies; Traditional Aboriginal Health Care Systems; Forgotten Aboriginal Medicines and Herbal Formulations; Rice in Ayurvedic Medicines and Formulations; Medicinal Black Oryza Formulations in Eastern India; Indigenous Rice; Tribal Medicines for Hepatic cirrhosis; Key Ingredients of Wild Rice Formulations; Tribal Medicines for glucose metabolic disorder; Integration of Indigenous Traditional Remedies in primary health care; Vanishing Traditional Medicinal Rice; New Oryza Research; Medicinal Rice Biotechnology; Oryza and Healing Millets in Ayurvedic Home Remedies; Organic Farming of Red Rice; Wild Tribal Food plants of Rajasthan; Wild Curcuma in Rice Formulations; Traditional Knowledge Documentation; Forgotten Indigenous Medicines and Medicinal Plant Research; Wound Healing Medicinal Plants in Ancient Rice Formulations; Threatened plants in Medicinal Rice Formulations; Medicinal Rice Germplasm; Chhattisgarh Rice Agriculture for Nutrition and Health; Medicinal Red Rice of Chhattisgarh; Wild and weedy Oryza in Tribal Food Systems; Folk Rice Landraces and Forest Tribes of Maharashtra; Desi Stevia with Medicinal Rice; Antibacterial and antiviral activities of Indigenous Rice Formulations; Agricultural Biodiversity; Forgotten Medicinal Plants from Community Gene Bank; Seeds for future; Forgotten Medicinal Rice used by Primitive Tribes; Medicinal Rice Farming for Rural Development; Ethnic uses of Traditional Lowland Rice; Rice Allelopathy; Medicinal Orchids in Red Rice Formulations; Climate Change Impact on Ancient Medicinal Rice based Therapies; Rice Fortification through Traditional Agricultural Knowledge; Forgotten Traditional Rice and Endangered Tribes; Medicinal Plants and raw drugs of India; Asian Rice Germplasm for Chronic Diseases; Medicinal Rice in Traditional Food System; Medicinal Rice Knowledge bank; Indigenous Herbal Drugs for General Health care; Ethnomedicinal Exploration of Oryza; Wild Rice Database; Medicinal Rice in Indigenous Peoples' food systems; Medicinal Black Rice of Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand; Black Rice as Tribal Traditional Food; Traditional Indian Tribal food; Food Taboos and Folk Medicines; Wild rice in Tribal Agriculture; Allelopathically enriched Oryza for Health; Medicinal non-timber forest products of Gandhamardan Hills; Rice of the gods and goddesses; Conserving Rice Genetic Resources; Traditional Folk Food in Rural India; Asian Medicinal Plants for Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders; Tribal Knowledge on Indian Food Plants; Medicinal Rice of Karnataka and Chhattisgarh series; Recent Medicinal Plant Research; Innovative medicinal rice based food products; Odisha Folk Rice for Spinal chordoma; Invasive Alien Species in Medicinal Rice Formulations; Ancient Nanotechnology based Oryza Formulations; Vedic indigenous wild food plants; Neglected and Underutilized Species as Tribal Remedies; Famine Food Plants as Antidiabetic Agents; Mosquito Repellent Plants; Culinary uses of non-cultivated Oryza; Reis in Traditional Cuisine; Medicinal Rijst and Nutritional anthropology; Hrísgrjón; Medicinal Pис in Tribal Aboriginal Diets; Rýže; ρύζι; Pirinç; Ryžis; Arròs as Traditional Aboriginal Medicine; пиринач; ข้าว; Cây lúa; 水稻; イネ; Antipyretic properties of native wild wood Mushrooms; Integration of Oryza based Traditional Herbal Medicines; Oryza with Adivasi Medicines; Medicinal Rice popular among Adivasis of India; पंकज अवधिया के शोध कार्य; Medicinal weed flora of Lundra
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[movies]Sleeping sickness reclamation in West Africa, the Anchau settlement
This short film shows footage from the West African settlement of Anchau when it had just been freed from Trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness). We see the European sleeping sickness staff make plans with the heads of the settlement. Footage shows the new villages, the centre of the villages with its agriculture, market and stalls. 1 segment.
Keywords: Tsetse Flies; Tropical Medicine; Trypanosomiasis, African
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[movies]Madagascar April 1979
This short amateur film shows village life in Madagascar. There is also a tea party for British [?] researchers. At the end there are some aerial shots taken from a small plane.
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[movies]BMA world tour Part 3
This amateur film, which has been edited semi-professionally with additional intertitles and maps to orientate the viewer, consists of footage shot in the third part of the BMA's World Tour as they travel onwards. The group travel have left San Francisco and arrive at Honolulu on board the MV Aorangi the arrival is filmed from the ship looking at the coastal landscape. The ladies of the party are wearing lei (garlands)...
Keywords: Travel; Voyages around the world
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[movies]Unidentified orthopaedic patient
The film is in slow-motion and shows visually how patients walk. The setting is against a grid pattern in an outdoor 'studio'. The patients have key points on their hip and knee marked. 1 segment.
Keywords: Orthopedics; Orthopedic Procedures
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[movies]Herztatigkeit roentgenfilm II
This silent b&w film has intertitles in gothic script (in German). The film features cineradiography of x-rays of the chest shot full-on and side-on. The sequences are listed (in English) on the box on the negative copy 'Respiration (undecipherable)' and 'Deep Child frontal and lateral views', 'Adult frontal and lateral views' 'Adult diaphragm'.
Keywords: Thorax; Cineradiography; Cineradiography -- history; Cardiology; X-Rays
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[movies]Deficiency disease in POW, Royal Naval Hospital, Sydney
This film shows symptomatology and treatment of deficiency disease in internees and prisoners of war from Hong Kong and Singapore interned by the Japanese between 1941 and 1945. There is a sound narrative as well as rolling intertitles. The clinical features shown include optic atrophy and corneal scarring, foot-rot, loss of proprioceptor sensation and knee reflexes, ataxic and hysterical gaits, unilateral anaesthesias (a man is pricked many times on his legs and feels nothing) and paraesthesias...
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945; Deficiency Diseases; Gait; Ataxia
Downloads: 2
[movies]BMA world tour Part 1
This amateur film, which has been edited semi-professionally with additional intertitles and maps to orientate the viewer, consists of footage shot in the first part of the BMA's World Tour. The opening sequences are of a woman's hand in close-up turning the pages of a journal. Embarkation is via the boat train to Southampton (bystanders wave the departing train on) and then leaving for New York via the Cunard Line liner, MV Georgic...
Keywords: Travel; Voyages around the world
Downloads: 1
[movies]Charles King world tour
This amateur film consists of footage shot around the world. Some of the footage is point-of-view shots from airplanes and various moving vehicles. There are public displays of dancing by native peoples.
Keywords: Travel; Voyages around the world; Anesthesia
Downloads: 1
[movies]Help! A first aid film by Elastoplast
A dramatisation for school children on the practical applications of first aid. A doctor is initially fooled by a boy pretending to drown in a river the boy thinks this is a good 'April fool' joke. A boy then really does nearly drown and is rescued by another boy. The doctor then invites the boys to learn first aid. He arranges to go to the school and in the school playground demonstrates resuscitation...
Keywords: First Aid
Downloads: 1
[movies]South America
This short amateur film of unknown origin shows footage of South American countryside including seas, mountains and waterfalls. There are both aerial and ground-level views of a city. A construction site is shown with a sign reading Wellcome Futuras Instalacoes .
Downloads: 2
[movies]Occlusion film
This short film shows microscopic footage of blood flow. 1 segment.
Keywords: Blood Circulation; Physiology
Downloads: 4
[movies]Simulium and onchocerciasis in East Africa
This silent film from the 1950s shows Western doctors, presumably associated with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, working to eradicate certain tropical diseases in East Africa. In South West Uganda we see people lining up to see a doctor, having a piece of skin removed (a 'skin snip) for examination to see if there are any 'microfilariae'. We see panoramic shots of the countryside and inter-titles tell us about which kinds of places are high breeding grounds for 'S...
Keywords: Tropical Medicine; Simuliidae; Onchocerciasis
Downloads: 3
[movies]Untitled film showing penicillin production
A remarkable compilation of out-takes, in colour, showing small-scale penicillin production/harvesting in a laboratory of an unknown origin. There is a single unidentified male laboratory assistant and most of the shots are cropped so he is not seen. Later in 'Plant No. 1' there is a female laboratory assistant. The action of the centrifuge is pointed out with a wooded pointer. Eventually a brownish powder is produced which is tipped out from a bottle - this is presumably penicillin...
Keywords: Penicillins; Laboratories; Pharmacology
Downloads: 3
[movies]The Sardinian project
A report of the campaign undertaken under the auspices of the Economic Co-operation Administration to eradicate malaria from the island of Sardinia.
Keywords: Communicable Diseases; Malaria
Downloads: 1
[movies]Barium swallow
No credits, followed by a cineradiograph of a typical normal barium swallow. The semi-solid meal passes over the back of the tongue, past the epiglottis and into the pharynx. 1 segment.
Keywords: Medicine -- History; Radiography; Cineradiography -- history
Downloads: 3
[movies]First aid compilation [Immobilization of fractures Part 1]
A compilation of films showing good first aid practice as recommended by the World Health Organisation. The films are shot in a plain studio setting and the wounds themselves, such as bleeding etc. are convincingly recreated. 1 segment.
Keywords: First Aid; Wounds and Injuries; Injections; Eye
Downloads: 1
[movies]Mr Till Reel 3
This amateur film footage is part 3 of Mr Till's tour of Canada and the US here he arrives in Seattle briefly (perhaps to refuel), moving onto Portland and then more aerial shots. He visits the International Exposition in San Francisco the gardens and exhibits are busy. A large crowd gathers to watch a band the Golden Gate bridge is in the background. Till has also captured lots of incidental footage of American people relaxing...
Downloads: 1
[movies]Dissection of the eyeball
A short film showing the method of dissection in layers to demonstrate the three coats of the eye. 1 segment.
Keywords: Ophthalmology; Ophthalmologic Surgical Procedures; Eye
Downloads: 2
[movies]Elimination
This film, aimed at the general public uses diagrams to explain the four routes of elimination from the human body, the lungs, the skin, the colon and the kidneys.
Keywords: Sweating; Urination
Downloads: 1
[movies]BMA world tour Part 4
This amateur film, which has been edited semi-professionally with additional intertitles and maps to orientate the viewer, consists of footage shot in the fourth part of the BMA's World Tour as they travel via New Zealand. They receive a Maori welcome at Rotura. There is footage of the volcanic springs children bathe in the hot pools of water. Back on board ship, passengers play quoits and swim. The ship arrives in Sydney and goes under the famous harbour bridge...
Keywords: Travel; Voyages around the world
Downloads: 1
[movies]Chick heart fibroblasts
Chick heart fibroblasts cells migrating in time-lapse and close-up. High power imagery of leading lamella.
Keywords: Microscopy; Embryonic development; Embryonic Structures; Cell Biology; Fibroblasts
Downloads: 2
[movies]Building a new India , Life for the land
With images of rural India and subsistence agriculture, this film is about the Indian Five-Year Plan (possibly the third, 1961-66) and the American programme of aid focusing on building fertilizer plants to enrich the impoverished soil and thereby producing a higher crop yield. The footage is shot mute (with no sound) with an explanatory narrtion in English. The film depicts how the local villagers co-operated by planting 'green' seeds and then the creation of refuse composting...
Keywords: Agriculture; Crop science; Fertilizers; Sustainable agriculture; Starvation; Program Evaluation
Downloads: 1
[movies]Recent advances in fracture treatment Part 5
Part 5 opens with an intertitle describing 'Case 7' supracondylar fracture of humerus in child aged 5. In keeping with the other parts of the series x-rays are shown. Of interest the child is visibly restrained and anaesthetised using (presumably) ether directly onto a gamgee which is held in place. The child has cast placed around the elbow. A collar and cuff replace the cast. Case 8 is a 'mallet finger' deformity...
Keywords: Fractures; Fractures -- history; Fractures -- rehabilitation; Casts, Surgical; Elbow; Ankle; limb damage
Downloads: 1
[movies]Brook Advisory Centre
A very short cinema commercial about the Brook Advisory Centre clinics which advises people on family planning and contraception. A young couple walk together in woodland - they embrace briefly while a male voice-over advises people to come and talk to one of the Brook Advisory Centres if you love each other... but want to be careful .
Keywords: Contraception; Sex Education; Family Planning Services
Downloads: 2
[movies]Sir Charles Sherrington
A compilation of representative scenes in colour roughly edited from a series of short film clips of the elderly Sir Charles Sherrington (1860-1955) seen examining and dissecting monkey brains, preparing specimens with a Cambridge microtome, carrying out microscopial examinations, turning the pages of Mammalian Physiology etc. Sherrington is speaking but this material has been shot mute. 1 segment.
Keywords: Medicine -- History; Physiology; Autopsy -- in animals
Downloads: 1
[movies]The hospital of St Bartholomew, Rochester, Kent
A portrait of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Rochester, which claims to be Britain's oldest hospital between the Wars, emphasising the hospital's diverse relations with the economy and society of the Medway towns and its dependence on voluntary work and charitable donations by the public. Of considerable interest to social historians of medicine, not least for its emphasis on the very close relations between the work of the Hospital and the economic life of the community, e.g...
Keywords: Medicine -- History; Hospitals -- history; Ambulances; Hospitals
Downloads: 1
[movies]How to evert the upper lid
A very short film with basic intertitles demonstrating the single and double handed methods of exposing the upper eyelid.
Keywords: Ophthalmology; Eyelids
Downloads: 2
[movies]Cultivation of living tissue Part 2
Part 2 shows organised growth a rabbit ovum, chick embryo (clearly illustrating cell division) and the development of the thigh bone of the chick. Some sequences show a clock in the corner to illustrate time passing. Histological sections of the femur are shown. An indicator is top right of the frame with the relevant day the sequences were shot. End of Part 2.
Keywords: Microscopy; Embryonic development; Embryonic Structures; Cell Biology; Fibroblasts
Downloads: 1
[movies]BMA world tour Part 1a, Aross America
This amateur film, which has been edited semi-professionally with additional intertitles and maps to orientate the viewer, consists of footage shot in the second part of the BMA's World Tour as they travel across America. The group travel from Chicago via a special steam train through Kansas City, Topeka and Las Vegas. They stop at a Mexican village. They arrive at siesta time women from the party pose with Mexican children...
Keywords: Travel; Voyages around the world
Downloads: 1
[movies]Mr Till Reel 2
This amateur film is part 2 of Mr Till's tour of Canada and the US it starts with colour footage of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan with footage shot from the point-of-view of a passenger in a train. The Calgary 'stampede' follows (more a sedate parade past the camera of native Canadians, cowboys, bandsmen and various people on horseback or wagons). There is footage of a rodeo - shot at some distance as well as steer lassooing followed by racing...
Downloads: 2
[movies]An appeal from the heart to the pocket
A fund raising film about the work of the Cardiff Royal Infirmary. The film starts with aerial shots of beautiful Cardiff the 'white city'. The main buildings of the university campus, gardens and then the Royal Infirmary are viewed. The patients mainly originate from the industrial parts of the city - there are aerial views of the docks and point-of-views from a boat. It is noted that casualties come from the busy city streets (presumably from traffic accidents) the streets are busy with trolle...
Keywords: Fund raising; Medicine -- History; Hospitals -- history; Ambulances; Hospitals
Downloads: 1
[movies]Evipan technique Part One
The properties of Evipan Sodium are explained and techniques for usage given in this instructional film aimed at professional audiences. The instructor augments this silent film by shading in with chalk relevant organs (kidneys and bladder) on a diagram of a torso on a blackboard. All required anaesthestic equipment is laid out and prepared. Adult patients and their physical 'types' are shown. Blood pressure is taken prior to anaesthesia...
Keywords: Anesthesia
Downloads: 1
[movies]Failure of contact inhibition
S180 Fibroblasts shot in time-lapse, 1 frame every 10 seconds. Sideways collisions. Cells on agar.
Keywords: Embryonic development; Embryonic Structures; Cell Biology; Fibroblasts
Downloads: 1
[movies]The story of halibut oil
This film shows how halibut oil is made beginning with fishermen catching live halibuts and ending with work in the laboratory to turn the most nutritious aspects of halibut oil into a vitamin supplement which is then tested as a treatment on a group of laboratory rats who have been bred to develop rickets.
Keywords: Fishing; Fish Oils; Fish Oils -- therapeutic use; Rickets; Vitamins
Downloads: 1
[movies]Cells in culture
The opening sequences are of normal cell behaviour in colour. Isolated cells showing active movement. Streaming of packed cells - movement. Contact inhibition. Mouse muscle fibroblasts. Abnormal behaviour of tumour cells. Normal behaviour of cells. The End credit.
Keywords: Embryonic development; Embryonic Structures; Cell Biology; Fibroblasts
Downloads: 1
[movies]Open injuries to the hand Part 1 , Basic problems
This film deals essentially with the basic principles involved if these extremely important injuries are to be treated properly. It outlines the type of organisation required how to examine these injuries the preliminary toilet (cleansing) it shows the few special instruments that are necessary and the standard techniques for local analgesia then the general principles of the secondary toilet (cleansing) are demonstrated - excision, haemostasis and closure - and finally the various grafts which ...
Keywords: Surgical Procedures, Minor
Downloads: 1
[movies]Extra and intra capsular cataract extractions
Step by step operative procedure shown.
Keywords: Ophthalmology; Ophthalmologic Surgical Procedures; Eye
Downloads: 1
[movies]Cell locomotion II
Cell biology sequences. Tumour cells - MCIM shot 1 frame every 10 seconds one frame every 6 seconds. Vertical longitudinal section of leading edge graphi illustration. Tumour cells illustration S180. Cells in culture. Macrophages
Keywords: Cell Biology; Fibroblasts
Downloads: 2
[movies]Medical application of sulphonamides
Part 1: Introduction to the discovery of sulphonamides in the UK. Data from a number of trials is mentioned from the 1930s and cited from relevant Lancet articles. As war looked imminent, demand increased as sulphonamides proved successful in treating gonorrhea. Similar compounds were developed in parrallel in the US. Pharmaceutical activity in May and Baker laboratories is seen including scientists at work, drug manufacture and research labs...
Keywords: Pharmacology; Sulfonamides; Sulfonamides -- history; Sulfonamides -- chemistry
Downloads: 2
[movies]How to evert the upper eyelid
This film demonstrates the eversion of the eyelid by both the two-handed and one-handed methods on a woman using a physical demonstration and medical illustrations.
Keywords: Ophthalmology; Eyelids
Downloads: 2
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